Forging a university-aided indigenous community education: village elders and social development in a secondary city of Cameroon

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Che, C. 2022. Forging a university-aided indigenous community education: village elders and social development in a secondary city of Cameroon. in: Universities, Society and Development: African Perspectives of University Community Engagement in Secondary Cities Sun Press, South Africa pp. 91-107
AuthorsChe, C.
Page range91-107
Year2022
Book titleUniversities, Society and Development: African Perspectives of University Community Engagement in Secondary Cities
Book authorsChe, C.
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Place of publicationSun Press, South Africa
EditionFirst Edition 2022
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Print01 Jul 2022
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Deposited03 Aug 2022
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.52779/9781991201850
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